Waterloo, Ontario: University of Waterloo Library, 1983. 8vo, pp. 201; illustrations and facsimiles throughout; original blue pictorial wrappers, edges and corners bumped, signs of shelf wear; interior fine. No. 10 of the University of Waterloo Library bibliography series.
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N.Y. & London: Knopf, 1927. First edition, small folio, pp. 254, ; frontis portrait, 195 illustrations; biographical note by Thomas Beer, introduction by Eugene Speicher, edited by Emma S. Bellows; original coarse buckram lettered in black on upper cover and spine; very good. The catalogue raisonne of Bellows' lithographs.
[Paris]: Librairie Gründ, 1966. 8 volumes, 8vo, 32 plates; generally a fine set of the reprinted fifth and best edition in original maroon cloth, gilt lettering direct on upper covers and spines. Still one of the best worldwide biographical guides to artists, illustrators, and engravers of all periods.
London & Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack, n.d., [ca. 1910]. Square 16mo, pp. 47, ; 4 color plates; original pictorial parchment wrappers slightly worn, but generally very good.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1964. First edition, 8vo, pp. xix, , 393; vignettes after Blake at section headings throughout; original black cloth lettered in gilt on spine, lacking the dust jacket; negligible wear to extremities, a few scrapes and light rubbing to boards; otherwise very good.
Seattle, London & Vancouver: Univ. of Wash. & U.B.C. Press, . First edition, 8vo, pp. x, 244, ; very fine in the jacket. A few illus. in text.
New York: B. Westermann Co., ca. 1931. First American edition, folio, pp. xv, , 256; chiefly black and white photographic illustrations; original cloth in tan pictorial dust jacket; chips and tears along jacket edges, only one slightly touching the letter "m" in "Terrarum" on rear jacket cover; front jacket flap...
Città di Castello: Casa Editrice S. Lapi, 1915. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 571; slightly later half vellum and pastepaper covered boards, the spine lettered by hand in brown ink; covers very slightly bowed, light foxing to endpapers and textblock edges, and gutter reinforced at p. 1, not affecting text;...
Cambridge: MIT Press, . First American edition, 2 volumes, oblong 4to, pp. 233 & 230pp., extensively illustrated throughout in both black & white and color, fine copy in original gray buckram, publisher's slipcase.
Hanoi: Imprimerie d'Extrême-Orient, 1944. 12mo, pp. vi, 241; 3 folding maps and plans; original tan wrappers (soiled) printed in red and black; shelf wear, small loss to spine foot; lacking title page and last few leaves, photographic leaves, and one folding plan have been excised. Art in Vietnam, with special...
Accokeek, MD: Washington International Associates, 1979. Reprint, slim 4to, pp. 96; color and plain photographic text illustrations, map endpapers; original boards in green pictorial dust jacket; about fine. Translated from the original German by Grace Marjory Allen.
[N. p.]: The Holland Press, . Reprint edition (first published 1880-1884), thick 8vo, 3 vols. in 1; pp. xii, 449, ; pp. . , 412; pp. , 115; frontispiece portrait of Bernard Quaritch, dec. initials and illustrations throughout text; a fine, fresh copy in dust jacket. Remains a standard work.
[Ann Arbor]: Roger Jackson, 1995. Edition limited to 26 copies of which this is copy "Q," signed by the artist, 8vo, 9 individual unbound sheets on goldenrod cardstock printed in red; laid into a handcrafted envelope made in Nepal from the bark of the Daphne cannabina tree; erotic charcoal illustrations...
London: John Murray, 1858. First edition, 8vo, 2 vols., pp. xii, , 415; xii, , 437,  ads; color lithograph frontispieces, vignette title-pp., and 10 lithograph plates (9 colored), plus numerous wood-engraved illustrations in the text; slight dampstain to upper cover of vol. I, else a fine, bright set in...
London: Crosby Press, 1976. 4to, pp. 32, ; presenting 42 Baluchi rugs in full color, with front matter on the Baluchi themselves. Fine in original cloth with dust jacket.
Boston: the Cornhill Publishing Company, n.d. 8vo, pp. 460; 49 half-tone illustrations and numerous text illustrations; near fine in original maroon cloth stamped in gilt, t.e.g., dust-jacket with chips at the edges. Covers bronzes, lacquer, fashions, pottery, porcelain, color prints with chapters on Hokusai and Hiroshige, and much more.
Lambeth: printed by Wm. Blake, 1793: [i.e. Paris: Trianon Press, 1976.]. Edition limited to 538 copies, this one of 480 bound in quarter morocco; 4to, pp. ; 5 hand-stenciled collotype illustrations; commentary and bibliographical history by Geoffrey Keynes; fine copy in publisher's slipcase.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., . First edition, 4to, pp. xxiv, 349; frontispiece, numerous black & white and colored plates; occasional pencil notations, lightly toned at edges, else very good in original brown cloth with gilt-lettered spine. An alphabetical catalogue of all known prints by C....
Austin: W. Thomas Taylor, 1989. Edition ltd. to 2125 copies, this 1/125 bound in quarter black Niger; large 8vo, pp. 215, ; photograph portrait frontis & 57 plates; very fine. Designed and produced by W. Thomas Taylor; plates produced at The Press of A. Colish. The definitive correspondence of arguably...
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1951. 8vo; pp. xxxi, , 304; 46 color plates, 32 b/w plates, illustrations throughout text. Near fine copy in original green cloth, spine gilt with slight discoloration, boards slightly bubbled. Inscription on front free endpaper from previous owner.
[Oxford]: Oxford University Press, [c1993]. 4to, pp. , 406; illustrated endpapers, nearly 400 b&w illustrations throughout text, and 28 plates in full color; fine in like dust jacket. Companion volume to The Oxford History of the Classical World.
n.p. n.d., ca. mid 19th century. A rare pair of watercolor views by the famous Swiss/American artist Karl Bodmer, one signed in pencil on the back "K Bodmer." Bodmer (1809-1893) is best known for his paintings and watercolors of American plains Indians and the landscape they inhabited, at a time.....
New York & Tokyo: Weatherhill, . First edition in English, large square 4to, pp. 269, ; extensively illustrated throughout including mounted color plates; fine copy in a fine, priceclipped dust jacket.
Paris: Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient, 1963. First edition, large 8vo, pp. , xi, , 468, , 4 folding maps and plans plus 100 pages showing nearly 300 illustrations; fine, uncut and unopened copy in original gray printed wrappers. Issued as no. LIV in the Publications de l'Ecole francaise d'Extreme-Orient.
London: Cassell & Company, 1891. 2 volumes, large 4to, pp. , xxvii, , 404; xv, , -838; plain engraved frontispieces, 16 plates; recent black cloth, gilt-lettered spines, edges uncut; very good and sound.